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Age/Name/SSN Rejects, Errors, Correction Procedures

Question: How can I become an authorized e-file provider?

Answer:

An Authorized IRS e-file Provider can be an Electronic Return Originator, Intermediate Service Provider, Transmitter, Reporting Agent, Online Filing Provider, or Software Developer.  Before you become an e-file participant, you should choose the Authorized IRS e-file options that are best for you. Publication 1345 (PDF), Handbook for Authorized IRS e-file Providers of Individual Income Tax Returns, and Publication 3112 (PDF), IRS e-file Application and Participation, are available to help you determine the best e-file options for you.  These publications also have the information you need on how to participate once you choose the e-file best option for you.

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Category: Electronic Filing (e file)
Subcategory: Age, Name or SSN Rejects, Errors, Correction Procedures

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